About the American Chuck Wagon Association

In 1996 at a chuck wagon competition in Amarillo, Texas, a small group of Old West enthusiasts and wagon masters talked about an association. The mission would be to rolex uk preserve the heritage of the chuck wagon and its use in the short, but significant, era of the cattle drives. In 1997, in Bryson, Texas, by-laws and articles of operation were adopted and the American Chuck Wagon Association was off and running. Today there are members in 31 states, Canada, Germany and France. Members participate in cook off competitions, demonstrations, catering, char fake breitling ity events, school visits and many other activities to fulfill that original mission and even surpass the dreams of those organizers.
The Association has since qualified for and received a 501.c.3 status. This allows you to make tax-free Memorials, Honorariums and Donations. If you would like to make a donation, you may send a check to:
ACWA, 1723 East Tate Street, Brownfield, TX 79316. OR Call Nancy Sparks at (806)215-7851 with credit card information.
For Memorials and Honorariums, please include the person remembered/honored, address or addresses where cards are to be sent.
Thank you for visiting our site and we hope you will visit us at one or swiss hublot more of our chuck wagon events.

Revised Mission Statement - 2016

The mission statement of the American Chuckwagon Association is to preserve the history of the Chuck Wagon Era by providing educational opportunities and events to diverse audiences of all ages while continuing to provide youth scholarships and support for wounded warriors.

American Chuck Wagon Association is happy to provide assistance to anyone wishing to put on a chuck wagon competition. We have compiled suggestions for successful cook offs; there are sample forms for food judging; youth competition forms and tally sheets to help you get started. If you have questions or would simply like to visit with someone about your plans, feel free to contact us through email or contact one of the directors.

Officers & Directors

  • President: Ronnie Sexton
    -Temple, TX - wgoldwing04@hot.rr.com
  • Vice-President: Sam Howell
    - Odessa, TX - cocklebur.camp@odessatexas.us
  • Secretary: Russ Richins
    - Phoenix, AZ - wrrichins@aol.com
  • Treasurer: Paul Geeslin
    - Lubbock, TX - paul.geeslin@att.net
  • Director: Mike Colbert
    - Breckenridge, TX - cmclc67@yahoo.com
  • Director: Brian Frankum
    - Axtell, TX - bfrankum@sturdisteel.net
  • Director: Paul Geeslin
    - Lubbock, TX - paul.geeslin@att.net
  • Director: Jack Ramey
    - Mustang, OK - jack.ramey@aol.com
  • Director: Lonnie Tegeler
    - Chapell Hill, TX - ltegeler3@gmail.com



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